20 February 2018
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Mchinji, February 19, 2018: World Vision International (WVI) has appealed to parents and guardians in Mchinji to encourage their children to develop the habit of reading various books. WVI Regional Leader for Southern Africa, Mark Kelly, said this Sunday at Malolo Community Based Care Centre (CBCC) at the start of…
  Lilongwe, February 16, 2018: United States Ambassador to Malawi, Virginia Palmer, has recognized Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (LUANAR) for its achievement in the first cohort of five dietitians who have completed a 20-month rigorous training program. LUANAR, with support from the Innovative Lab launched the first…
Chiradzulu, February, 15, 2018: Regional Manager for Technical, Entrepreneurial, Vocational and Training (TEVETA), Elliot Mulanje said TEVET had powers to close technical colleges offering substandard education. He made the remarks on Tuesday at the Boma in reaction to Option Y Project by Save the Children International (SCI)’s failure to meet…
  Students such as these have been scared away from classes due to the mishap - file photo Nkhotakota, February 14, 2018: Over 13 learners of Nkhotakota LEA Primary School were on Monday rushed to Nkhotakota District Hospital after they suffered from a strange disease. According to one of the…
Dowa, February 8, 2018: Dowa District Council has urged youths in the district to make use of vocational skills gained from various institutions, saying the acquisition of skills alone was not the end of the road, but the impact they will make. Dowa District Social Welfare Officer, Frank Damalekani, said…
  Nkhata Bay, February 6, 2018: Campaign for Female Education (CAMFED) recently equipped 1460 girls in Nkhata Bay District’s secondary schools with learning and other materials to motivate them to remain in school. The district’s CAMFED Operations Officer, Kondwani Mumba, said the organisation’s aim is to increase girls’ access to…
Salima, February 5, 2018: In an effort to promote education for the most marginalized children, communities around Traditional Authority (T/A) Mwanza have formulated community by-laws through the Centre for Youth Empowerment and Civic Education (CYECE). Mwanza is among the T/A’s that is struggling with high school dropouts and early child…
MANGOCHI, February 05, 2018: Mangochi District Council has awarded about 15 employees who emerged best performers in the education sector in the district in the 2016/2017 academic year. The ceremony took place at Montfort Lake House in Mangochi and the awardees included Primary Education Advisors (PEAs), head teachers and teachers…
  Salima, February 5, 2018: In an effort to promote education for the most marginalized children, communities around Traditional Authority (T/A) Mwanza have formulated community by-laws through the Centre for Youth Empowerment and Civic Education (CYECE). Mwanza is among the T/A’s that is struggling with high school dropouts and early…
  Dowa, February 5, 2018: The Dowa District Council has urged youths in the district to make use of the vocational skills gained from various institutions, saying acquisition of skills alone was not the end of the road, but the impact they will make. The district’s Social Welfare Officer, Frank…
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Senga-Bay’s women of valour

Senga-Bay’s women of valour

Salima, February 18, 2018: If there are some people who can inspire others that achieving economic success is as easy as flipping the back of your hand, then 39-year Monica Msuku of Senga-Bay in Salima is one of them. “Life is hard when you are clueless in how to solve your problems. Accepting a pr...